English translation of 'foule'
Example Sentences Including 'foule'
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Chirac et Schroeder s'étaient livrés au traditionnel bain de foule à leur arrivée à Schwerin.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
La foule me faisait peur, certains jours de presse, de tumulte.Les anges et les faucons
Le Prince couronné laisse derrière lui une foule d'hommes et de femmes suppliants et désespérés.Revue de synthèse : De l'État. Fondations juridiques, outils symboliques
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'foule' in Other Languages
British English: crowd /kraʊd/ NOUN
A crowd is a large group of people who have gathered together.
A huge crowd gathered in the square.
- American English: crowd
- Arabic: حَشْد
- Brazilian Portuguese: multidão
- Chinese: 人群
- Croatian: gomila
- Czech: dav
- Danish: folkemængde
- Dutch: menigte
- European Spanish: muchedumbre
- Finnish: väkijoukko
- French: foule
- German: Menge
- Greek: πλήθος
- Italian: folla
- Japanese: 群集
- Korean: 군중
- Norwegian: mengde
- Polish: tłum
- European Portuguese: multidão
- Romanian: mulțime
- Russian: толпа
- Spanish: muchedumbre
- Swedish: folkmassa
- Thai: ฝูงชน
- Turkish: kalabalık
- Ukrainian: натовп
- Vietnamese: đám đông
British English: mob NOUN
A mob is a large, disorganized, and often violent crowd of people.
The police watched a growing mob of demonstrators gathering.
British English: throng NOUN
A throng is a large crowd of people.
An official pushed through the throng.
Translation of foule from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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